Philadelphia 76ers vs. Memphis Grizzlies FREE LIVE STREAM (9/24/07): How to watch the Salt Lake City Summer League online

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Memphis Grizzlies FREE LIVE STREAM (9/24/07): How to watch the Salt Lake City Summer League online

The Memphis Grizzlies will face the Philadelphia 76ers in an NBA Summer League matchup on Tuesday, July 9, 2024 (9/7/24) at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The game will begin at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Here’s how you can watch: Fans can watch the game for free through a trial of fuboTV or DirecTV Stream, or through a subscription to Sling, which offers $25 off the first month. These services broadcast ESPN.

What you need to know:

What: NBA Summer League

WHO: Memphis Grizzlies vs Philadelphia 76ers

When: Tuesday, July 9, 2024 (9.7.24)

Where: Delta Center

Time: 7pm ET


Live broadcast: (DirecTV Stream, free trial) (fuboTV, free trial)

Station finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Here is a recent AP story about the NBA:

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia 76ers have further expanded their roster around their star trio of Joel Embiid, Tyrese Maxey and Paul George by signing free agent forward Caleb Martin, a person familiar with the deal told the Associated Press on Saturday.

Martin intends to sign the multi-year contract shortly after the league’s contract moratorium is lifted, said the person, who spoke to AP on condition of anonymity because the deal is not yet official.

The terms have not yet been determined. ESPN reported that it is a guaranteed four-year contract worth more than $32 million.

Martin, 28, averaged 8.5 points in five seasons, the last three with the Heat. In Miami, Martin earned a reputation for improving his game, averaging 10 points and making 35 percent of his 3-point shots.

He will likely fill a vacant starting spot in Philly, where the 76ers have completely revamped their roster after another early postseason exit. They spent more than $400 million to lure George from the Clippers and keep Maxey, their own All-Star guard, on the team for another five years. Team president Daryl Morey also signed free agents Andre Drummond and Eric Gordon and re-signed Kelly Oubre Jr. The instant winning moves for a franchise that hasn’t advanced past the second round since 2001 should put them in a position to compete with NBA champion Boston and put pressure on New York, Indiana and even Milwaukee to at least remain a threat in the East.

George and the Sixers agreed to a four-year, $212 million free-agent contract on Monday, and Maxey agreed in principle to a five-year, $204 million contract extension with the team.

“As long as the players are playing at a high level, we’re focused on Joel and Tyrese and on the now,” Morey said in May at his press conference on the state of the franchise.

Martin was undrafted after graduating from college, after playing at NC State and Nevada. He came to the NBA with almost no guarantees. He had to play in the G League. Charlotte released him after two seasons.

Martin then became the shooting star of the 2023 NBA playoffs when he led the Heat to the NBA Finals.

He is expected to start as a power forward in 2024 for a franchise that has not won an NBA title since 1983.

Martin averaged 19.3 points on 60% shooting and scored a career-high 26 points in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals on Boston’s home court. He was solid in the first two rounds this season against No. 1 Milwaukee and No. 5 New York, averaging 10.8 points on nearly 53% shooting.

Martin’s numbers in the postseason were exactly what the 76ers expected as they refilled a roster that was nearly empty at the end of the season except for Embiid and Maxey. The 76ers also waived forward Paul Reed, the person said.

Under coach Nick Nurse, the 76ers’ roster could look like this: Embiid, Maxey, George, Oubre and Martin in the starting lineup, with Drummond, Gordon and first-round draft pick Jared McCain among the key players on the bench. The 76ers have already lost Tobias Harris, De’Anthony Melton, Nic Batum, Mo Bamba and Buddy Hield to free agency or trades from last season’s team.

“After an offseason where there will be a lot of changes, we will be largely a team of experienced players,” Morey said in May.

Since there are still spots to be filled on the squad, Morey is not finished yet.


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